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Assessing the Future for Dakota Resources

Blog, From the Chair, News & Events on May 30th. Comments Off on Assessing the Future for Dakota Resources

Our annual report is not just a time to reflect and review the year just past, but also to look ahead, to envision our future. At the recent Board of Directors retreat, we did just that—and the vision we foresee is both bold and achievable.

Dakota Resources is a strong organization perfectly positioned for growth. All of the pieces are in place to move the organization to a new place of leadership, and Dakota Resources has the potential to become a regional or national leader in rural economic and community development.

Among the strengths of our organization moving forward is an exceptionally strong, highly functioning and engaged Board of Directors. We are led by a well-respected, seasoned and remarkable President who balances big vision with attention to detail.

Dakota Resources is well staffed and functions as a team with strong individual talent, facilitating … Read More »


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